Share Success: Letters From Readers
I: From Graciela G.
Submit Form on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 22:14:26
Hi, my name is Graciela G. Ten months ago after having had a bone density test they concluded that I have osteoporosis and the Dr put on Fosamax.
After reading about all the horrendous side effects I started looking on line and found ezorb. I have been taking it for eight months and when I had another bone density test done the results came back as me having moderate 1.5 thus was a life line screening. My Dr will have another Bone density test done in a few months.
Thank God for EZorb.
II: From Susan A.
at sharesuccess @ elixirindustry.com on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 4:08 PM
Hi my name is Susan.
I was having pain in my heels for about a year or two. I went to the foot store they said I needed an arch shoe. I was wearing the shoe for about a year.
I decided to go to a pediatrics he prescribed some pain medication and some cream to apply. It did not work for me at all, so I decided to call EZorb and asked how will this work for me am in real pain.
He took the time to call back and explained in details. I took it for three months and I am pain free right. I thank god for sending a angel to me which cured my pain. Today I can do my house work walk and be pain free.
Sent from my iPad Susan
III: From Polly
at firstname.lastname@example.org on Monday, September 29, 2014 10:24 AM
Thank u for your quick answer. I know from experience, since I have used it (ezorb) for a few years and have had excellent results. I am forwarding this to my son-in-law, age 60, who was unexpectedly turned down for long-term insurance. He never realized anything was wrong even 'tho he sleeps with that contraption to help him breathe. I know the marvlix will help him, as will the ezorb.
I turned 90 in June. I feel 60 inside and my appearance likewise is great. Everyone tells me I look 60.
On 2/9/14 I slipped on ice and broke the 3 bones in my ankle. Only recently am I able to hobble around. The swelling and the pain is horrible. Haven't taken any vitamins or any other medication since February. So today I am restarting my ezorb and will let u know how I progress.
People out there who read this believe it. It really works!!!!~!
If u use my comments, please sign it from 'polly' do not use my name herein.
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Research News: Does Acupuncture Really Work For Chronic Knee Pain?
Research findings do not support the use of needle or laser acupuncture for treating chronic knee pain in patients older than 50 years.
"Although needle and laser acupuncture improved pain after treatment compared with control, improvements were not sustained at 1 year and were of a clinically unimportant magnitude", lead researcher Rana Hinman (University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) and team report.
The findings support recommendations by The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence against the use of acupuncture for knee osteoarthritis.
For the study, which followed a Zelen design, 282 people, aged at least 50 years, volunteered to be observed for a year. They were then randomly assigned to receive no acupuncture, needle acupuncture, laser acupuncture or sham laser acupuncture. Consent for the procedures was sought after randomization in order to minimize the positive effects of patients knowingly volunteering for an acupuncture trial.
Treatment was declined by 13% to 19% of patients, leaving 71 patients who received no acupuncture, 70 who received needle acupuncture, 71 laser acupuncture and 70 sham laser acupuncture. Treatment was delivered once or twice weekly up to a maximum of eight to 12 sessions over a period of 12 weeks.
At 12 weeks, needle and laser acupuncture groups showed modest improvements in pain compared with control groups, with an average 1.1 and 0.8 point improvement, respectively, on a numeric rating scale of 0 to 10, where higher scores indicated worse pain. But the improvement was not enough to meet the minimal clinically important difference of 1.8 and did not persist at 1 year.
Needle acupuncture was also associated with modest improvements in function on the Western Ontario and McMaster University Osteoarthritis Index at 12 weeks compared with no acupuncture, with a score difference of 3.9. But this was not significantly different to the 1.7-point improvement seen with sham laser acupuncture and the improvement was not maintained at 1 year.
There was also no significant improvement with either type of acupuncture for most of the secondary outcomes, such as pain on walking or standing, activity restriction and quality of life.
The researchers attribute the benefit of acupuncture in their study to incidental effects, such as treatment setting, patient expectations and attitudes, and acupuncturist's confidence in treatment.
They conclude in JAMA: "Among patients older than 50 years with moderate to severe chronic knee pain, neither laser nor needle acupuncture conferred benefit over sham for pain or function.
"Our findings do no support acupuncture for these patients."
Original research was published in JAMA 2014; 312: 1313–1322.
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